Inspiration

Sometimes we need a little inspiration to get more from life after 60. Let's explore the lives and stories of inspirational women who have changed the world.

1 month ago

How to Navigate the New Year One Step at a Time

Like many people, I select a one-word intention at the start of a new year. It’s gentler than a resolution and more akin to a promise. I watch for opportunities to put it into practice, and I use it as a barometer to make decisions…

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2 months ago

Create Your Vision for 2023 in Pictures and Words

Few people seem to make New Year’s resolutions these days. They seem outdated and hard-to-keep. Why say your resolution is to visit the gym daily only to disappoint yourself a few months later when your gym clothes become your lounge pajamas?

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2 months ago

5 Realistic Yet Powerful Ways to Avoid Caregiver Guilt (#3 is SO Important!)

Caregivers are angels walking on earth. They are tireless in their devotion and committed to doing whatever it takes to make sure those they love are safe, protected and supported. Caregivers often set themselves up with unreachable goals…

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2 months ago

Be Proud to Call Yourself a Fierce Woman

2023 is upon us. The New Year brings to our minds personalized thoughts, especially the ones about turning over a new leaf. We are determined to be resolute in our new resolutions. I think it is far wiser to take time to revel in positivity…

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2 months ago

3 Easy Ways You Can Turn Your Empowerment into Success After 60

I’m always sure the grass is greener on the other side. The person sitting next to me got the bigger portion. My friend learned about investing, while I didn’t. The girls in high school knew how to get a prom date. People stay happily married…

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2 months ago

It’s Your Season… Let’s Embrace it

This past Labor Day I tackled a project that I had been putting off for 25 years. I made up my mind that I had finally had it with my pantry. Whether one of the kids lost their retainer and I had to replace it, a birthday or Christmas or sports tournament…

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2 months ago

How Asking for Help After 60 Can Be a Sign of Strength

No matter who you are, I believe that everyone requests guidance or ‘prays’ to someone or something at some time in life. It doesn’t have to be about religion or religious beliefs either…

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2 months ago

How to Invite Nature Indoors for Better Mental Health

Spending time outdoors in a park, gardening, enjoying a picnic, or forest bathing improves our moods and mental health. But when we can’t go outdoors and connect to nature to feel better, especially now in the winter, we can try to bring…

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2 months ago

Writing through the Slump – Tips for Overcoming Writer’s Block

I must have a dozen essays sitting in my – To Be Continued – file right now. Some are the beginning of something worth finishing, while others are mere musings and early morning attempts to capture some sort of divine inspiration…

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2 months ago

Live Your Life Like a Trapeze Artist

Are you at a crossroads in your life? Are you stuck in a challenging season and wondering what the future holds? You may be experiencing a “trapeze moment” — a time when you’re hanging on to what’s familiar and just swinging along, day after day…

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